It is quite interesting how photographs play an important role in everyone’s life, even in a non-photographer's life. Each unique photo, including the bad ones, connect us to our past because they remind us of people, places, feelings, and stories. Since the age of 16, I have road-tripped extensively across the United States, including Alaska. Most of the time, I travel solo with my trusty hearing assistance dog. During the long drives or sleepless nights, I often played around with nearly every category in photography. Also, I feel very fortunate to have met and talked with so many amazing individuals from all over the world in every state.
Over five magnificent years of seeing every corner of the United States of America, my photography has shifted from taking candid portraits toward documenting our public lands, the current impacts of climate change, and our people's response toward the crisis.